Bloody Bones (Rawhead) Pictures

Bloody Bones is a boogeyman feared by children, and is sometimes called Rawhead and Bloody-Bones, Tommy Rawhead, or "Rawhead". The term was used "to awe children, and keep them in subjection", as recorded by John Locke in 1693.

Bloody-Bones is usually said to live near ponds, but according to Ruth Tongue in Somerset Folklore, "lived in a dark cupboard, usually under the stairs. If you were heroic enough to peep through a crack you would get a glimpse of the dreadful, crouching creature, with blood running down his face, seated waiting on a pile of raw bones that had belonged to children who told lies or said bad words.

Checkout these scary pictures of Bloody Bones

Banshee Pictures

The Banshee, from the Irish bean sídhe ("woman of the síde" or "woman of the fairy mounds") is a female spirit in Irish mythology, usually seen as an omen of death and a messenger from the Otherworld.

Checkout these scary pictures of the dreaded Banshee.

Balor Pictures

In Irish mythology, Balor of the Evil Eye was a king of the Fomorians, a race of giants. His father was Buarainech and his wife was Cethlenn. According to legend, he lived on Tory Island.

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Spring Heeled Jack Pictures

Spring Heeled Jack (also Springheel Jack, Spring-heel Jack, etc), is a character from English folklore said to have existed during the Victorian era and able to jump extraordinarily high. The first claimed sighting of Spring Heeled Jack that is known occurred in 1837.

Here we have some pictures of the interesting man/monster known as Spring Heeled Jack.

Owlman Pictures

The Owlman, sometimes referred to as the Death Raptor, Cornish Owlman, or The Owlman of Mawnan, is a purported cryptid that was supposedly sighted around mid 1970 in the village of Mawnan, Cornwall. The Owlman is sometimes compared to America's Mothman in cryptozoological literature.

Feast your eyes on these pictures of the famous Owlman monster.